Businesswomen and staff of the Bank (TPI) donate in-kind assistance to the crowd forces in Baghdad belt areas
Press term \ Baghdad
A group of businesswomen, Friday, submitting with Bank staff (TPI) in-kind assistance to the popular crowd in Baghdad belt areas forces, and as to fascinate to Azmhn organizing new campaigns to donate in other regions, an officer in the Joint Special Operations Command praised the initiative, criticizing ignore government forces security and the popular crowd.
Colonel in the Iraqi joint forces Karim Mustafa in an interview with the (long-Presse) that "the visit of this group of businesswomen to the popular crowd and the support provided by Bank of Iraq to trade staff through in-kind assistance to fighters crowd happy all combatants forces," expressing "regret for the lack of interest politicians and government fighters who have come dearly for the liberation of territory. "
Mustafa expressed "displeasure of the government's policy is indifferent to the military units stationed in these areas and is one of the pieces that evil deported from the capital, Baghdad."
For her part, the Director of Bank of Iraq Trade Hamdiya dry in an interview with the (long-Presse), said that "what we have presented today of aid and donations in kind to the popular crowd in Baghdad belt areas are part of our support and we stand with those who are defending the land of Iraq and honor fighters," pointing to "organizing donation campaigns to come in this regard."
For its part, businesswoman Nada al-Moussawi said in an interview with the (long-Presse) that "our visit was supportive of our armed forces and we noted that we will visits similar to areas where other forces exist to find out their needs and provide what can be supplied to them because they fence homeland and performance deadly Per manifestations of terrorism", Follow-up "we stand with them today and will convey their sacrifices during the meetings and discussions that Nrom to it during future periods."
In turn, Dr. Bushra al-Moussawi, a gynecologist said, one of the founders of the women's group Iraqi businesswomen in an interview with the (long-Presse), said that "our presence today was to learn the most important needs of the residents and fighters and I will have future visits to the region by virtue of a specialist in medicine for the detection and examination of pathological conditions and treatment of the wounded and help women, including for the women's cases and this will be part of the health program will be presented for the last time. "
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